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Hungarian Catholic Church


Antal Majnek bishop’s call to the believers of Mukachevo Diocese

„Why was Jesus killed?!” –resounds the question in my head  which was asked by a little Jewish boy who came into a catholic church about 30 years ago. His young, kind parents couldn’t answer this question. He ran to me, took my hand, pulled me to the big cross and asked me the same – why? Did he do anything bad? No, he didn’t – I replied, - he did only good to everybody. Then I don’t understand – continued the boy painfully –, why?

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Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ, dear Compatriots!

To our greatest sorrow, the call of the Ukrainian churches for peace was not listened. The carnage continues, people are dying, violence persists. We call all our faithful for prayer and fasting. Prayer and sacrifices are our first and most powerful tools. We call everyone to beg constantly for the mercy of God who can help our suffering country.

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Roma Meeting in Mukachevo
Roma faithful from Hungary and Transcarpathia met at the episcopate in Mukachevo on 18 February. Participants in the meeting included Bishop Antal Majnek and invited guests from Hungary, Dr. János Székely, auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Esztergom-Budapest, and Rev. Géza Dúl, one of the leaders of Roma evangelization in Hungary.

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March for Life in Mukachevo

On the Day of Child Protection, 1 June, two events were organized in Mukachevo for the second time: a day of prayer for unborn babies and the March for Life to the gynecology clinic where abortions are done. With this event, we would like to speak out for the protection of unborn babies who have been created by God but did not get the right to live.

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Saint Teres’ Rehabilitation Home Renewed in Vynohradiv

The Roman Catholic Parish of Vynohradiv established St. Teres’ Rehabilitation Home in 1998. The goal was to help families raising physically or mentally disabled kids. In May this year a thorough renovation of the first floor was made that included: windows, doors, heating, electricity and water system, as well as making the classrooms, rehabilitation rooms and the restrooms more conveniently accessible for the disabled. 

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